Meeting the Needs of Today’s Students

  Education is one of those things that is constantly changing and evolving. In recent years, we have been taught that student’s don’t even have to be in a brick and mortar educational institution to learn. They can do it from anywhere! Here at TextbookHub, that’s what we are all about learning digital from anywhere!…

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Celebrating Our Teachers

  May 2nd through May 6th was Teacher Appreciation Week. It’s a time for teachers to be recognized for all that they do. Teachers all over the country go above and beyond all year long! Teaching isn’t always a job you can leave at your desk once the last bell of the day rings. Teachers…

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Revising and Editing Your Writing

  Depending on the writer, writing can be such a breeze. Words and sentences just begin forming and making sense in your head. But, as your words hit the paper, does the writing flow and have good grammar?   Revisions and grammar are two things that some writers despise because it can begin to be…

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National Education and Sharing Day

  During April, National Education and Sharing Day is celebrated. That gives us reason to celebrate here at TextbookHub. Education is the  key to being well- rounded and being given endless opportunities. Always do your best to educate somebody about something.   Education is something that we shouldn’t take for granted as teachers. The use…

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October is National Arts & Humanities Month

  The United States of America is home to many cultures and heritages. This is one of the reasons we have the nickname, The Melting Pot. We are home to many different individuals that come together and stand united in more ways than one. This is a reason  for celebration! Lucky for us, October is…

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School Fundraising Goes From Dreadful to Enjoyable

  In most cases, fundraising goes hand in hand with going to school. The point of fundraising is to have added money that can be used for extracurriculars, fun activities or something that comes up that wasn’t considered when creating the budget for the school year.  Depending on the school, they may find themselves with…

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Study Habits and Starting the Year off Right

After summer break, it can be hard to get back into a routine once school rolls around. We’ve been in the mindset of swimming, relaxing, sports, hanging out with friends and school is definitely the last thing on our minds.    In order to have a successful school year, it’s important to go into the…

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College Essays: The Basics

  Conversations around your junior and senior year of high school are often focused on what your next steps will be, exploring college, military, career and other programs. For students planning on college, the questions center on what type of school, including size, location, and programs offered. Sometimes what you plan to major in will…

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Digital Learning During the Pandemic – New Report

Every year for the past 17 years, Project Tomorrow has surveyed and analyzed data from K-12 students, parents and educators about digital learning in and out of school. Findings are typically presented during an annual Speak Up Congressional Briefing in Washington, D.C., to inform policymakers, education and community leaders. The Speak Up project represents a…

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Taking Breaks During Online Learning

Attention can flag during the school day, whether in person or remote. Taking a break restores attention and relieves mental strain and fatigue. Brain breaks in the classroom benefit students – and their ability to learn. Here, we have gathered a few tips ideas on how to refocus and energize learning. Green Breaks Studies have…

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